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. unless it is included in the immigration reform bill, it will not become law. that is why i think there is some declining optimism from the white house and democrats that this is going to get past. because, as john boehner reiterated to his colleagues yesterday, he is not going to bring any ill to the floor unless it has a majority of republicans supporting it. right now the majority of the republicans don't appear to support a path to citizenship. host: alexander bolton's colleagues at the hill have this deadline. among of gloom deepens democrats over immigration reforms prospect." democrats make it clear that if the path to citizenship is not included, there will be no bill. they say that would be a political disaster for republicans. they point to the 2012 presidential election where mr. romney did terribly with hispanic voters, worse than john mccain and george w. bush. withboehner seems to agree that political assessment. he told his colleagues yesterday, he assured them he will not bring anything to the floor and pass it was only and majority -- minority of republicans. he s
parents didn't make ale lot of money so i would not have gone to college, would not have gone to law school had it not been for federal financial aid in the form of pell grants and loans and work study. all these programs opened that door for me. i don't think any of my siblings could have gone to college without some adennis since. the point is i know how important these programs are to americans. when i was elected to the senate? 2010 i had a student loan that was over $100,000 and i was fortunate enough as i've said this publicly, write a book which is available in paperback if anyone is interested, and with the proceeds that i made i was able to pay off that line lone. had it not been for that i'm not sure when i would have paid off my student loan for law school. it was over $100,000. early on when i had multiple loans from undergraduate grad and law school and the private loans for the bar study, there were months my loan payments were higher than anything else i was paying, at the peak about $1,400 a month. that's after making what moafs people would consider a pretty good liv
speed bumps for the president's health care law the past few days and weeks, so what are all the delays and problems really costing you? white house correspondent wendell goler look at it. >> reporter: it will wind up costing the government money because those companies that don't provide insurance next year won't have to pay a penalty for it. >> well, the congressional budget office has previously said the poor mandate would raise $10 million in revenue in 2014. that money is obviously gone by the wayside. >> reporter: they're asking if it will raise the cost of the affordable care act but the cbo hasn't said yes. in the long-term obama care will save money. >> this transition policy does not change the fact that the affordable care act will reduce the deficit by over $100 billion over the next ten years. this is more than fully paid for. >> reporter: at the white house the officials say that the claim that it raises the cot of the law is a sabotage effort. >> the republican house that's driving the narrative are not concerned about a delay and the law they want to impose. they want to
, first to the white house. breaking news on the health care law as we get a major announcement from the health and human services secretary. plus, we have that tropical storm, chantal, as it barrels towards haiti, threatening to bring rain and flooding and possibly landslides. and we're also watching the latest developments unfolding in a florida courtroom where george zimmerman is on trial for murdering unarmed teenager trayvon martin. today a major blow to the defense. >>> but first, right now brand new stories and breaking news. jon: one of the nation's most-wanted fugitives on trial in boston, whitey bulger accused in 19 killings. we have the latest on what's going on in that case including why the accused mobster exploded in the courtroom. >>> and in that same courthouse the victims of the boston marathon bombings coming face to face today with the accused attacker. one woman whose two sons lost limbs in the bombing plans to be there. we will talk to her this hour. >>> and crews out west battling a wildfire that's burning dangerously close to a lot of homes. it's all "happening
's the process of assimilation. unlike other nations, our immigration laws were not written to keep people out, they were written to assure those who come here demonstrate a sincere desire to become americans. to acquire a common language, common culture, and commom appreciation of american sthrule principles and american legal traditions. illegal immigration undermines that process of legal immigration that makes our nation of immigrants possible. if we allow illegal immigration, then legal immigration becomes pointless. the process of assimilation that our immigration laws assure breaks down, and the bonds of allegiance that hold a country like ours together begin to dissolve. there is a recent article in the national review which points out earlier immigration bills included a provision calling for, quote, patriotic integration of prospective citizens into the american way of life by providing civics, histories, and english with a special emphasis on attachment to the principles of the constitution of the united states, the heroes of american history, and the meaning of the oath of allegian
for being here this morning. guest: great to be with you. host: let's talk about the federal healthcare law. yesterday house speaker john boehner announced a vote next week to delay implementation of more items of the law. how will this be different? guest: well, the fact is the landscape has changed. the president and administration have admitted with their own delay of the employer mandate for a year from january 1, 2014, to january 1, 2015, that the law is unworkable, at least from employers. we believe that's the case. and we believe that that ought to be congress to do guide, at they say yes, it should workable, and we he's not to have it there. we also have to do that for ideas. we will have a vote next week in the house of representatives on a one-year delay for the employer mandate and a one-year delay for the individual mandate from january 1, 2014, to january 1, 2015. host: there's been criticism in commentary pieces, including by dana millbank in "the washington post," that republicans want it both ways. they're critical of the law, and yet they were critical of the delay of the
law and we will have coverage of that at 10:00 a.m. on cspan 3. the hearing is part of a broader strategy by house republicans on the new health care law with plans by conservatives to push to delay the individual mandate of the law. we will get your thoughts on that. there is a story in " the new york times" - we want to get your phone calls on that. i need another sip of coffee so i can read more. there are lots of stories today about the health care law and what the administration is planning to do and in the hearing today by the house ways and means health committee, they will take a look at the president's decision to delay for one year, the employer mandate. we will cover that on c-span 3 at 10:00 a.m. this morning and tomorrow, the chairman of the house subcommittee, kevin brady will join us to talk about the hearing and the republican strategy on the individual mandate. what are your thoughts on this on caller: independent caller is first the history relates to the health care mess. has the federal government ever gotten smaller? it has gotten bigger and more intrusive an
more exercise. plus at the white house announced it will delay the health care law employer mandate for business, senate republicans have sent a letter to president obama urging him to delay the entire law for all americans. we will speak with one of the authors of the letter about this new push coming up. tony used priceline to book this 4 star hotel. tell 'em why. free breakfast with express deals, you can save big and find a hotel with free breakfast without bidding. don't you just love those little cereal boxes? priceline savings without the bidding. jenna: a new study finding while americans are exercising more it hasn't done much to slim our waistline. what about that? >> this is from an online journal, it is called population health metrics. even though we are more physically active, we are exercising more, obesity is still a major problem. over the last decade men and women are doing a good job of getting the right amount of exercise. 59.2% of women, 51.2% of men. as a whole we are eating more. the extra time we are spending at the gym is not enough to offset the extra calor
a year in u.s. aid which, by law is supposed to be cut off if there's a military coup. senate leaders including democratic senator carl levin and republican senator john mccain, well, they're calling for just that. but at the white house press secretary jay carney said for a second day that there are no plans to cut off egypt's aid or even label the military takeover a coup. >> we don't think it would be in the best interest of the united states to change the assistance program quickly or immediately. rather, we'll take the time necessary to evaluate it. >> john: meanwhile there's more resistance from congress on america's syria policy where the senate and white house intelligence committees are holding up planned weapons deliveries to syrian rebels. the white house is also reportedly frustrated with pushback from afghan president hamid karzai. according to the "new york times" today mr. obama is "so frustrated with his dealings with karzai, that he's considering speeding up the planned u.s. troop pullout and abandoning plans to leave the so-called residual force at the end of 2014".
:00, including the ongoing battle of the health-care reform law. >> thanks to obamacare, we can now afford the care we need. >> that is just one of the advertisements released about the law designed to increase coverage for americans. >> your metabolism slows down as you age, but are there ways to boost its? >> well, the battle of the health-care reform laws will be hitting the air this week. >> can i really trust the folks in washington with my family's health care? >> that is part of an advertisement that aired on the food network and on nbc, specifically during "law & order otherand there were advertisements discussing the benefits of the law. they are targeting young mothers. the affordable care act was upheld by the u.s. supreme court last summer, and among other things, it requires companies with more than 50 full-time workers to offer benefits by january, or they have a fine of $2,000 per employee. tonight's medical alert, one out of eight american couples struggles with infertility, and 1.1 million american women undergo fertility treatments each year, and now, there is a technique
and will be punish fod the full extent of the law. >> we're going to continue working with the survivors. i think they have all of the records and all of the evidence to convict this individual. >> in other news today the white house is honing in on immigration specifically trying to push house republicans to take action on comprehensive reform. the administration has released a 32-page report making the case for reform in terms of boosting the economy and reducing the deficit, terms that republican lawmakers may be able to digest. in specifics, it reads that reform will grow the economy by 3.3% and bring down the deficit by close to $8850 billion over the next -- by close to $850 billion over the next 20 years. we're back after the break. actually mean it. >> you're putting out there something that you're proud of. journalists want the the story and they want the right story and the want the true story. >> you can say anything here. >> i spent a couple of hours with a hooker. >> your mistake was writing a check. >> she never cashed it! >> the war room. >> compared to other countries with tighter
thanks one of her law clerks slipped it in? >> i'll go for the law clerk because she said a couple days ago in an interview at the aspen institute she, it was pointed out how she brought up mortal combat on an oral argument on violent video games and she asked one of her clerk, i need an eye donic video violent video game. and so one of them volunteered that to her. so i'm not sure how much she had played it and how much a clerk helped her out on that. >> but she is our youngest justice. >> and do any of you think that these kinds of things could have gotten into a supreme court opinion 30 years ago, 50 years ago at all? did they have similar? >> rehnquist quotes gill better and sullivan. not totally different. >> i guess that's his version of an pop bapped. >> for 50 years ago touf ask tony or david. >> thanks, bob. >> we can't remember. >> we've talked about what good questions justice kagen asked and justice ginsberg asked. we passed yet another term with no questions from justice thomas. but he did say something one morning and it created quite a irestorm in the press. are you up to
night.night. law enforcement sources that i have been talking to say it's inconceivable that car was not looked into, so tonight, that i the big mystery. >>> just after 9:00 sunday morning, family members and police say 7-year-old michael7-e kins purr bury wearing a t-shird pull ups bounded out of his apartment and disappeared. two witnesses spotted the child on two different streets nearby, but his whereabouts were a hiss mystery, until a police officerr saw him parked in this space just steps from where he lived. this woman, watched police watce search the area sunday morning. it was about 100 police, both alleys, and both ends, they wery all in the vacant houses, they s were in the car around here. >> reporter: if they looked in the cars anthd the 7-year-olr was inside how did they miss him or is there some other explanation. >> if the body was in there sunday they would have found itd on sunday, because they searched everything. >> you sure of that. that >> they were looking all underal the houses. >> reporter: law enforcementenc sources familiar with themiar investigation
, the hispanic community in proposition 187, in the arizona law, in defeating the bush comprehensive immigration reform, in talking about self deportation. the message here, that requires some kind of shock therapy. it has to say we understand that this has been on the wrong track. that's the reason that immigration reform i think is an important symbol for the republican party. it's not enough. then yo you have to dress peopls real-world econ d that's an entt set of issues. i would also say there are some of the issues where you can communicate, we're taking a different approach. i mean, in an essay that it did for commentary, we said why don't you take on the concentration of power in the big banks or corporate welfare or other things to symbolize that you're not on the side of the corporate culture? that you are actually on the side of individual entrepreneurship and social mobility and other things. i write for friday for tomorrow on the issue like prison reform. that is an interesting issue where libertarians are concerned about 2 million people in prison, okay, as vast mass incarceration.
in this special session, this will, this bill will become a law. it will pass and be signed. what is the effect of that sign? it's interesting how national democrats have rallied around wendy davis and made her one of their featured causes for the last few weeks. national republicans have not been as eager to rally around rick perry. >> well, rick perry seems to have cracked the code in texas. he figured out how to stay governor for longer than anyone else. if he wants it the next time, he probably has it. on a national level, very different. he might run for president, again. it's not clear. if he does, who knows what will happen. he did not impress and come close to impressing last time. i think the really interesting thing about this filibuster and wendy davis phenomenon, they're ready for a strong voice. it helped rick perry, as well, because the filibuster has helped him grandstand about the life of the unborn and we're not done fighting and all this stuff. >> there seems to be a difference to me. where he's doing what the republican base clearly wants, but there seems to be, i'm reading t
living wage law that raises the minimum wage to $12.50 an hour goes into effect, they will cancel at least three of those stores. earlier today i spoke with d.c. council chairman about the possibility walmart would pull out. here's what he told me. >> well, i'm not going speculate on whether walmart is bluffing or not. i go back to what the policy is behind the legislation, which is a very basic and not a very high but still a very basic living wage. that's what the idea is behind it. >> reporter: now, i just spoke with a representative from walmart. he tells me if the d.c. council gives final approval tomorrow to the new living wage bill and mayor gray signs it into law they will pull out of the three stores that are not yet under construction. that's on skyland shopping center, gateway center and the one on new york avenue. i spoke with mayor gray's representative. he says the mayor is troubled by this news. coming up at 6:00, i'll tell you what this means for stores like the one behind me that are already under construction. reporting live in northwest washington, mark segraves
and for making sure that the notifications that are necessary to comply with the environmental laws and the historic preservation laws are complied with, and we also work a lot with our state and local counterparts who, as you know, have a lot to do with the zoning regulations that dictate where cell towers can be placed. >> host: when was the wireless bureau created? >> guest: i think it was created in about 1995 around the time of the first pcs auctions, the first wireless auctions. >> host: is your, because of today's technology, is your portfolio growing? >> guest: um, certainly the size of the industry that we regulate is growing. there are now more mobile devices than there are people in the united states, and the revenues and networks and investment of the wireless industry, the commercial wireless industry keeps growing. we also have people thinking of more and more ways to use wireless services whether it's unlicensed devices like your wi-fi device or your baby monitor or anything like that. >> host: what do you do with that unlicensed spectrum or that unlicensed wireless d
, technology committee and is the ranking member for the subcommittee on space. before going to law school and entering politics, congresswoman edwards worked for lockheed at the goddard space center on the space lab program. all those who know what space lab is, hold up your hand. oh, this is a good audience. we were laughing about it beforehand. [laughter] so someone with real background in the industry and on the issue. she's going to talk about the importance of federal investment in civilian space, the role of nasa in economic growth, the benefits to the u.s. of maintaining a robust space program, something which i'm pretty sure most of you believe in. and how we need sort of a unifying vision for nasa's role and for space exploration. and i understand that today you'll be introducing legislation on this? could be. we'll find out. [laughter] so with that, um, the format for today is the congresswoman will speak for 20, 30 minutes depending on how you want, and teen we'll take -- then we'll take questions for a little bit of time. so with that, let me turn it over to her. thank you. [a
,nity in proposition pete wilson, the arizona law, defeating the bush -- immigration reform, talking about self deportation. the message here, that require some kind of shock therapy. we understand this has been on the wrong track. at is the reason immigration reform, i think, is an important symbol for the republican party. it is not enough. then you have to adjust people's real world economic needs, and that is an entirely different set of issues. i would also say there are some other issues where you can communicate -- where we are taking a different approach. in an essay i did with pete why notor "commentary" take on the big banks or corporate welfare or other things to symbolize you are not on the side of the corporate culture, that you are actually on the side of individual entrepreneurship and social mobility and other things. tomorrow on the issue like prison reform. that is an interesting issue where libertarians are concerned about 2 million people in prison , fast incarceration. -- had thes have the humanitarian concerns with ministries with prisoners. liberals are concer
of the health care law. i think it's important there are some stronger eligibility processes in place. not only for medicaid but the exchange side as well. >> thank you so much. is there anything you would like to add. >> no. great, thank you. i yield back the reminder of my time. >> and recognize the gentleman from florida. >> thank you, mr. chairman, thank you for holding the hearing. i thank the panel for the testimony. mr. bragton, the current law the a reform system to increase outcome and reduce costs typically don't see most of the savings. how can we transform the system to incentivize states and low them to a greater share of the savings? thank you for the question, congressman. i think this is really a key factor that holding states back from innovating. states get to keep only about 40 cent of every dollar they save, or in the case of expansion, 10 cents out of every dollar they save. what i think would be a better approach to promote innovation is having shared savings. one of the things that private medicaid plans do they share the savings that coordinated care contributes with pr
. this comes about three months after the bipartisan manchin/toomey bill on stricter gun laws failed in the senate. >>> this morning rusty the red panda is finally going home. rusty was released to the panda exhibit, the red panda exhibit area, around 9:00 this morning, or he will be. it will be the first time he's back in the exhibit since his escape from the national zoo last month. you see him here being caught in adams morgan. rusty was given a rabies booster and kept in isolation for a while. zookeepers say they think he was able to get out of the exhibit by climbing onto a low tree canopy inside his habitat. >>> why smokers may catch a financial break when president obama's health care law takes effect. >>> plus why the secret to your child's success may be tied to the time you put them to bed at night. >>> also ahead, a dramatic rescue while you were sleeping after heavy rain trapped people in canada. >>> and i'm continuing to track some light rain over the mountains. will this impact your morning commute and how hot is it going to get on your tuesday? the answ switching to pr
plaza. it was a bold challenge to d.c.'s gun laws. now that man behind the protest is speaking out. >>> rg3. he got married over the weekend and the pictures are out. but after the wedding the star quarterback showed off a new talent and veronica johnson is keeping an eye on the weather for you. >> that's right. i'm watching a line of showers and some embed thunderstorms on storm team 4 radar making their way south eastward. the heat is back on for the rest of the work week and could see some severe weather. i'll have details on . >>> the death toll is climbing tonight after that fiery train explosion in canada. police in quebec say 13 people are now confirmed dead after saturday's accident. at least two dozen are still unaccounted for. canadian emergency officials say the hazardous conditions are making it very tough to get a final count on injuries and fatalities. the crash destroyed a section of a small town in quebec. thousands were ordered to evacuate their homes. it's still not clear what caused the crash. >>> is metro making progress when it comes to performance? >>> in a "t
impose your will on another human being, whether you have a fancy written law to justify it, a shiny badge or a government gun. it doesn't justify imposing your will on someone else by force. we want to fight back against that. we want to mark the high tide, the high water mark of government. we want to turn the tide by inspiring people to assert their self-ownership and we are going to stop the criminals in d.c. we are not the criminals. we are the law-abiding peaceful people who want to stand up for what is righteous and just. >> reporter: adam kokesh was discharged from the marines in 2007 for wearing his uniform during an anti-war protest. again, the 31-year-old iraq war veteran behind bars, locked up at fairfax county detention center charged with drug and firearm possession according to our sister radio station wnew. i'm working to confirm those charges, waiting on a call back from park police. as soon as i get that information, we'll pass it along you to. back to you, mike, andrea. >> delia reporting live from freedom plaza. >>> the mother of an 8 poaldz baby who died ---month
are asking right now. maryland's went to so much trouble to pass new gun laws. are they really going to do any good. especially when you consider the violence going on in our city. >>> funeral arrangements have been made for the 7-year-old boy who died last week at the annapolis 4th of july parade. kyle aldridge was pulled by the tire of a trailer being pulled by his grandfather. there will be a ceremony on friday. a fund is being set up for donations towards that service. donations can be mailed or dropped off at the funeral home. >>> dozens of burglaries in canton have police on high alert. the brazen crimes have homeowners taking action into their own hands. sherrie johnson is here with more on what police are doing. >> police are stepping up marked patrols in the area, and they say they're closing in on some suspects who have averaged a burglary per day for the last month. it happed almost on a daily basis and in one case the burglar confronted the woman asleep on her couch and took her cell phone. he later appeared in a picture holding a gun on her facebook page. one man interrupted a
system to be able to track those people and to be in force that part of our immigration laws. when you look at where the visas go. you have all heard the details. the current system needs to be fixed. by the american people to come here and do their work on behalf of them when it comes to the government. we have a broken system. i made a strong case yesterday that it needs to be fixed and republicans ought to be part of the solution. it is always in the party's best interest when we're doing it the right thing for the country. do you believe you can have a bipartisan conversation when you have not passed the -- not answered the question about the path to psittaci citizenship? >> my hope is to continue solving the problem. that is what i plan to do. >> does that preclude the conversation? >> i don't think so. >> based on what we heard yesterday from your colleagues, do you think there is any chance for some kind of smaller bill that includes legal incentives or a path to citizenship? >> welcome we're going to find out. is clear from the conversation yesterday that the vast majority of o
in the preservation laws have complied with. >> i think it was created in 1995 around the time of the first wireless auctions. the map because of today's technology, is your portfolio part of this and growing? >> certainly the size of the industry that she is regulating is growing. the wireless industry keeps growing. we have people thinking of more and more ways to use wireless services, whether it is unlicensed devices like your wifi. >> you have regulations at all on that? >> part of that is the office of engineering and technology they are mostly dealing with us and the devices are certified so that they don't interfere with any other users of this spectrum. >> what is one of the issues in front of the wireless bureau? >> they might have mentioned this earlier, but one of the big ones she is from the different part of the spectrum and in return, they have a part of the auction proceeds as we rearrange the spectrum and sell it to the wireless companies for flexible use. >> what is your bureaus part of this. >> one is to figure out so auctioning everything. everything from paging licenses to cell
. they are waiting. he is not waiting to do the job, he is in office. the question is -- do we respect the law? a federal court has said that two nlrb members were illegally appointed. mr. cordrey was appointed on exactly the same day in exactly the same way. is it the senate completely lawless? do we not care what the federal courts say? i am just stunned at what radar. -- at where we are. all of the other nominees are likely to be confirmed. what it comes down to is the majority leader is owing to break the rules of the senate to change the rules of the senate in order to confirm the 51 votes, three illegally appointed positions. the federal courts and told us break the rules of the senate to there unconstitutionally appointed. that is the rationale for the option. that is why i say it is a sad day for the senate. also a sad day for america. >> the majority leader. >> illegally appointed. why did president obama recess appoint mr. cordrey and other members? we count cordrey as 571 days. elizabeth warren set up the program. they said no chance. these are cadel tears -- you have reason supplem
alterman says the u.s. has an interest in keeping aid flowing to one of the strongest allies. >> the law says that if there has been a coup, the u.s. has to cut off aid. there has been a coup. and the u.s. doesn't want to quit giving aid. >> reporter: egypt's interim president called for an end to the violence as he tries to steer the country forward to a new election. >> reporter: danielle nottingham, wjz eyewitness news remember. >> the u.s. is reviewing its obligations to egypt under law and will consult with congress before any move is made about our country's aid to egypt. >>> firefighters are back on the scene of a two-alarm fire in elkton, cecil county. more than 60 firefighters from companies in cecil, harford, and chester county, pennsylvania, battle flames for over an hour and a half. damage to the buildings could be in the area of a million dollars. one firefighter was treated and released from the hospital with heat-related injuries. >>> in our region, the government estimates there are 11,000 companies working on cyber security. today, as mike schuh reports, a baltimore comp
whether it's pro i object haded under german law. >> their own constitution probably limits how militarily they can get involved. >> what's the answer to my question,@get everyone on board. >> politics and diplomacy is the art of the possible, and the excess weapons that we're talking about are in the u.s. and in the former soviet union, and if you're going to start talking about denying other countries, limiting other countries' stockpiles that's a whole other conversation. >> i think it would be probably dismissed on the bass of the improbability of getting the exactitude of examination to verify they have in fact -- didn't we encounter this with russia? >> there's no way this is going to happen at this stage of the game. certainly not in the case of china for example. china@is a power that just going to give itup.@ at's -- period. north kor -- >> it is. >> evebody gets in the act together. we talked about@russia and the@ ited s(ates, d they canot even -- we're not even gog to get@the bilateral. it's too hard. because everybody's feeling threatened so they need to keep their nuclear sto
the beginning. i have signed into law dozens of federal programs and have cut even more that were duplicate or not working no longer needed the basic principle is tax payers deserve the biggest bang for their buck, especially at a time when budgets are tight and we have to do more with less. anyone can visit whitehouse.gov to see the taxpayers see. it tells you just how and where your tax dollars are being spent. finally, for the first time in history, we have opened up huge amounts of government data to the american people and put it on the internet for free. data.gov, you can search and you know what they charge for different procedures to whether and climate measurements. what is happening is that entrepreneurs are using that data, the people's data, to create jobs and solve problems the government canceled itself or do as efficient. it is used more than $300 million is what we hope to save on energy bills. there is another company about triaged donning my two emergency room doctors that is using downloadable data about health care providers from the department of health and human servic
're not going to vote to simply extend this for current law for another six months. >> reporter: the battle over student loan interest rates pits house speaker john boehner against senate majority leader harry reid. >> the house has done its job. >> reporter: house republicans passed a bill that ties the student loan rate to the u.s. treasury borrowing costs includes 2.5%. as rates rise, so does the cost of education, up to a max of 8.5%. >> what they've done over there is worse for students than doing nothing at all. >> reporter: democratic senator joe manchin working with republicans has proposed a similar plan with one key difference. it won't use the savings to pay down the nation's debt. >> in this bipartisan group, we all agree profits should not be made on the backs of students trying to go to school. that's a difference from what came from the house. >> reporter: but majority reid says lenot introduce any bill that ties student loan rates to the market. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >>> 4:32 now. federal investigators say the pilots of asiana airlines flight 214 noticed too lat
with respect and with the law. bart says it is prepared to keep it's employees safe. although the agency doesnt plan to be doing anything different when it to security. some bart employees say they feel safe. while others disagree. stay with kron 4 as we continue monitoring the bart negotiations and start the 30 day countdown until august 4th. you can find up-to-the minute coverage on kron 4, kron 4 dot com, and our comcast channel 193. let's take a quick look outside this morning. let's check in with janu for your saturday forecast. >>janu: certainly a foggy start to this morning. the cooling continues today. today will be very similar to what we saw yesterday as terms of high. sixties for the coast, low seventies around the bay and made eighties. we are expecting mild temperatures and not quite as wendy as yesterday. i will have your full forecast coming up. new information this morning in the case of a san francisco firefighter suspected of driving a firetruck while drunk. he crashed into a motorcycle. the incident happened last saturday as his crew was responding to what turned out to be a
and talking about revolution. the loaded gun, a clear violation of d.c. law and last night u.s. park police went to his home and raided that home in herndon, virginia. we spoke to his roommate and film producer daryl young last night. >> all they're doing is throwing more gasoline on the fire. i place add few phone calls -- placed a few phone calls. the word is nationwide right now. it's just the beginning. >> reporter: it is still unclear what if anything was seized from his herndon home. and we don't know yet if adam kokesh will face any charges. however, he has told us he is willing to go to jail to prove a point here. you want to hear much more of what he has to say. we had adam kokesh live on our broadcast monday. i'll share a little bit of what he had to say coming up in the next half-hour. back to you, mike, andrea. >> delia goncalves live at freedom plaza in northwest washington. >>> d.c. police say they do not know yet exactly how michael kingsbury died. officers found the 7-year-old boy's body monday night inside a locked car near his home in northeast washington. the car was righ
laws on our facebook page. you can join that conversation by going to abc2news.com. >>> this morning baltimore city police are investigating dozens of burglaries in canton. police say someone is breaking into homes on a regular basis sometimes with those living inside the homes still there. one man says he interrupted the criminal as he tried to enter his home sunday afternoon. >> we had window air conditioners and he tried to break in through the windows. feel violated uncomfortable, got rid of them. >> there's a ton of kids in this area, and we're always out walking and doing things with our kids and i feel safe in this area, and i want to continue to feel safe. so i think hopefully they're on top of it. >>> in another case the burglar confronted a woman sleeping on her couch and took her cell phone. he later appeared in a picture holding a weapon on this woman's facebook page. police are hoping this picture helps them bring an end to the crime spree. they're closing in on suspects and stepping up patrols with marked patrol cars. >>> an update this morning, we're learning more abou
of $8.25 an hour. walmart says if that bill becomes law three stores it's planned for the district will not be built. >> virginia state police have released the mug shot of one of governor bob mcdonnell's sons. 21-year-old sean patrick mcdonnell was arrested in charlottesville on alcohol-related charges. a spokesman for the virginia governor's office says this is a personal matter and is being addressed by the family. mcdonnell is a senior at the university of virginia. >> loved ones said good-bye to a virginia mother who walked among the crowd for a living. jane wicker died while performing as a wing walker during an air show in ohio. back home she was remembered as someone with a larger-than-life spirit. wicker planned to marry her fiancee while doing what she loves. >> full of energy and excitement that when you met her, you had better hold on for the ride because you were going to be swept up in her forward momentum. >> wicker was 44 years old, she is survived by her two children, pilot charlie swinger also died. the ntsb is still investigating the cause of that deadly crash. >
afford school, and, yes, i went into public service shortly. five months out of georgetown law school. graduated towards down -- georgetown. and i practiced law, but i did not carry a great debt. called at what was national defense education act alone. i can remember being at hillcrest high school. none of you know where hillcrest heights is, but this is my neighborhood where i live. 1957.mber, i was listening to my radio been a dodge. -- in a dodge. vehicleians have lost a they called sputnik, and it was circling the globe. america was shocked. america was shot that we were not first in space. and dwight eisenhower, the republican president of united states said we need to make sure our young people can get into school and stay in school, and we adopted the defense education act, and that is why it is called the defense education act. we have to make sure young people could get to school. i went to law school because i was working at the cia as a file clerk. six years. toas only taking 11 credits 12 credits, and i went to school between 8:00 to 2:00, and then going to work. the debat
asking him questions about since he broke the law, whether or not we could ever trust him again to pay the city's bills, let alone anything else, then joe going after him several times about whether or not he can be trusted after what he did and how you actually move past that and what it was that drove it and mark halperin asking him about six or seven questions on the same issue and then finally we talked about what he wanted to do for the job, and then it ended that way. >> fascinating. actually that was the first time i saw that. it was incredibly compelling. here's the good news for spitzer and what he's doing right. first of all, the fact that he's going for an office, a comptroller office, low-level office, the reason he's ahead off the bat, such name awareness versus an unknown thing that you pop immediately, that's what's happening with weiner also in the mayoral race. you have these well-known figures, whether liked, disliked, so polarizing, they're still known. they get the pass for that. another thing happening i think also on a much bigger macro social thing. i think we're
in the right to bear arms. he load add shotgun in defiance in the d.c. law. residents are permitted to keep guns in their homes or businesses. guns cannot be carried in public. we have a reporter on the scene. we'll bring you the latest as soon as we get more information. >> now to another big story we're following tonight. a lot of questions surrounding the death of a little boy found in d.c. >> he was found in a locked car but that car and area had been searched by police, his family and members of the community. >> earlier tonight they released new details but they can't figure out if he was in the car the entire time they searched. >> are they close to figuring out the mystery? >> today's autopsy is helping but it will take further test together tell police how he died. he had no signs of trauma to his buddy but he had been dead sometime before he was found late monday afternoon. >> it was -- assistant police chief who would tell reporters the autopsy on little michael kingsbury had not determined how the 7-year-old with autism died. most people following the case had one major concern.
under their belts. >> in maryland, we have very, very tough laws per thank to teens and driving -- pertaining to teens and driving. they are forbidden for having someone in the car with them like 12 months. it used to be six and they made it longer. that's if they pay attention to the law. >> i will tell you what is tougher, teaching them to be aggressive. you can't meander. you have to make definite driving moves. >> that comes with experience because that comes with confidence and experience. association like you said, a lot of times we are so nervous that they are distracted not looking at their surroundings. did i turn the clinker on. all these little things that come from experience. that's what they are all about and going on this web site and learning what kind of experience that you need to help your kids have. >> hey, listen, thanks for being with us. i guess we will see you talking about entertainment. >> there you go. you will indeed, tonight on entertainment tonight. good to talk to you. >> see you then, 7:30 right here on 13. taking a break and coming back with more
a plan by the council to pass a minimum wage law of $12.50 an hour, that's $4 more than the minimum wage in the city. would apply only to walmart and other big box stores. walmart says it has a responsibility to its customers and shareholders not to go along with this. it says it cannot put up with this type of legislation and build the stores is in the. we've been checking with council members today. it's uncertain whether this bill will pass tomorrow. right now it has enough votes. walmart is saying they will not build the stores in skyline, capital gateway and southeast washington or on new york avenue. three of the stores are under construction, three are just planned but this is a major move by walmart to kill legislation that's been in the works for the last two years. pat and jim. >> tom sherwood with the developing story for us. tom, thank you. lots of weather out there right now could slow you down tonight. >> veronica johnson joins us with details from the storm center. >> not a tremendous amount of rain. i've been keeping an eye on the satellite here in storm center 4 here bec
? have ain maryland, i number of friends who are defense department employees. a sister in law and several friends who are getting these furloughs. i am not entirely happy about this but the reality is that sequestration is law like the affordable care act. a law, it is a lock, -- we will have to live with it. either one of those is not a good thing. both of them are not a good thing. it is time to repair both of them and neither has been repaired host: do you think washington, d.c. has the will and the way to make those repairs? caller: i really don't see any thing on the horizon. as far as sequestration, that is the administration's responsibility to come up with an alternative plan. the house of response -- the house of representatives has come up with three alternatives for what theiting president wants to do or his people. host: thank you for that call. carolina onom south our independent line. caller: good morning, i had this to say -- host: go ahead. outer: the civilian people here to not call this financial situation -- did not cause this financial situation. why don't
the conference. we simply would not have made a decision to change existing law . and the change in existing law would mean that the senate conferees could stick to their position and hold to cut $4 billion, and we would not have a position to cut a penny. i believe that this is an nest attempt to get us to go by passing part of the farm bill to go to conference. and the tactics to -- against that is to simply keep us from going to conference and where we would show up with whatever we pass. now, if i have overstated this or understated this, i would encourage the minority whip to please engage me in a colloquy at this time. and i would yield to the gentleman to on the substance of what i have spoken about to feel free to enlighten me and for us to work through this very important issue. and i would yield to the gentleman. mr. hoyer: i thank my friend for yielding. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields. mr. hoyer: this side of the aisle believes the passage of the farm bill is very, very important. it's important for our agricultural interests, for our farmers. we believe it's very impor
. >>gretchen: he is still going to be able to be considered for manslaughter. with florida law, manslaughter could give him still 25 years in prison. the jury will be instructed on that later on as far as what each charge brings with regard to prison time. it looks like there are three choices. he could be not guilty, also a hung jury -- a fourth choice -- guilty of second degree murder or manslaughter. this is a huge victory for the prosecution to get this manslaughter charge in there. because if the jury is teetering and want to give somebody responsibility for the did he go of a 17 -- for the death of a 17-year-old, it does add an interesting wrinkle to the case. >>brian: the prosecution said he's angry, he had preconceived notions about who trayvon martin was. he is a vigilante. there was screaming. there was misinformation out there. for example, the direct quote that they said that george zimmerman said to a friend to tell his wife, tell them i killed him. he says tell them i shot a man. that's different. in analyzing some of that, that's where i imagine the defense should say excuse m
berry. >> i want to thank everyone who helped me and my family. >> recorded july 2 at a law office in cleveland, the three decided to speak publicly for the first time since their rescue three months ago. >> i'm getting stronger each day and my privacy has helped immensely. >> they made the video to say thanks to those who prayed for them for the decade of captivity. >> thank you for support. >> i may have been to hell and back, but i am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. and with my head held high. >> they're accused captor, our ariel castro, remains locked up, ,harged with kidnapping, rape and murder. his trial is scheduled to begin august 5, but his defense team has entered a plea deal because prosecutors may seek the death penalty. >> i do not want to be consumed by hatred. that being said, we need to take a leap of faith and know that god is in control. a psychiatrist and today contributor describe the timing of the video as very smart and said it the curious at eight. >> we gravitate to this disturbing story and they have made it less disturbing. no t
the bipartisan manchin/toomey bill on stricter gun laws failed in the senate. >>> it is now 4:38. let's check in once again with melissa at the live desk with some breaking news. >> want to show you amazing video into the newsroom just a short time ago. torrential rains in toronto leaving passengers stranded. you can see rescue crews pulling a boy out of a boat. police and firefighters using boats to rescue commuters from a ten-car double-decker train. apparently it started flooding. most of the passengers went up to the second deck. water reaching up to the lower windows as you can see there. this was month's worth of rain in just four hours, also leaving 300,000 people without power. amazingly nobody seriously injured. at the live desk, news 4. >>> a new twist for the captain of a cruise ship that ran aground in italy. why he'll have to keep waiting before he learns his fate. we'll go to the live desk coming up once again. >>> also ahead, his video protest raised eyebrows. now the man who pulled a gun on freedom plaza is talking to us about why he did it. >>> a beautiful start to your day a
this is the beginning. gun rights activist adam kokesh appearing to break d.c.'s strict gun law by loading a gunshot. this morning a swarm of police cars in front of the house where he could be. he canceled a march with lots of people carrying guns into d.c. but instead did n. young says he's not worried. >> when you take one person out, you have two, three more step up. >> reporter: carrying a gun outside in d.c. is considered a felony that will bring five in prison or a fine up to $5,000. debra alfarone, wusa9. >> as of last night, there's been no arrest made and we'll update you on this as we get more information. >>> the defense is expected to wrap up their case today in the george zimmerman trial. they are hoping the judge will allow a third recreation of that shooting to be shown to jurors. also yesterday, dr. vincent di paio testified for the defense and said forensic evidence is consistent with zimmerman's stories. gunpowder burns show trayvon martin was leaning over zimmerman when he shot and killed the teenager. >> the clothing was two to four inches away. it's consistent
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